Toons: Kony Responds, Newtonian Physics, That Kind of War and More. - 3/9/12
By Jimmy Margulies, The Record of Hackensack, NJ - 3/9/2012
By J.D. Crowe, Mobile Register - 3/9/2012
By Dave Granlund, Politicalcartoons.com - 3/9/2012
By Michael McParlane, Politicalcartoons.com - 3/9/2012
By Joe Heller, Green Bay Press-Gazette - 3/9/2012
By Tim Eagan, Deep Cover - 3/9/2012
By Arend Van Dam, politicalcartoons.com - 3/9/2012
By Peter Broelman, Australia - 3/8/2012
By Cardow, The Ottawa Citizen - 3/8/2012
By Clay Bennett, March 09, 2012
By Steve Benson, March 09, 2012
By Stuart Carlson, March 09, 2012
By Matt Davies, March 09, 2012
By Chan Lowe, March 08, 2012
By Mike Luckovich, March 09, 2012
By Ted Rall, March 09, 2012
By Tom Toles, March 09, 2012
By Steve Breen, March 09, 2012
By Mike Thompson, March 08, 2012
By Jim Morin, March 11, 2012
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The editor is no doubt going to get a pile of letters from Republicans positively frothing at the mouth over it.
...we're paying any attention to the first ICC indicted war criminal. It's also pathetic that the United States withdrew it's signature and refuses to ratify the Rome Statute because we are afraid our own people could be charged as war criminals. I don't think the cartoon is defending Kony, what it's doing is pointing out the absurdity that the Invisible Children campaign is going to cause his capture. Interestingly enough, just came back from the supermarket, and there were some high school kids doing their class project on the topic and lecturing with a display board by the door. Who knows, maybe there is some hope for the world yet.